NAC Cross Country Weekly Honors

WOMEN'S RUNNER and ROOKIE OF THE WEEK

Angela Stauble, Husson University
(Sr., - Amherst, NH)
Angela Stauble won her sixth race of the season at the Maine Maritime Invitational and led Husson to a fourth place team finish. Stauble finished the course in a time of 19:03.

 

 

 

 

 

 

MEN'S RUNNER OF THE WEEK

Matthew Methot, Maine Maritime Academy
(Junior, Runner - Portland, ME)
Taking home the medalist honors at the NAC men's championship was Maine Maritime's Matthew Methot (Portland, ME) with a time of 26:14.62. Methot earned the NAC Runner of the Year honors with the victory.

 

 

 

 

MEN'S ROOKIE OF THE WEEK

Kenedi Hall, Lyndon State College
(Freshman, - Hartland, Vt.)
Hall earned North Atlantic Conference Rookie of the Year honors with an impressive finish at Sunday's NAC Championship Meet on the campus of Maine Maritime Academy. He completed the course in 27:25.96 to place fourth overall.

 

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MEN'S RUNNER OF THE WEEK

Joshua Grant, Lyndon State College
(Sophomore, - Nashua, N.H.)
Grant was the Hornet's top finisher at the St. Michael's College Invitational on Friday, Oct. 22. He led the Hornets to a fifth-place team finish and placed seventh overall out of 65 competitors. Grant bested all Division II runners, eight Division I competitors and was two seconds off his eight-kilometer personal record, completing the race in 26:53.

 

 

 

MEN'S ROOKIE OF THE WEEK

Kenedi Hall, Lyndon State College
(Freshman, - Hartland, Vt.)
Hall was the Hornet's top freshman at the St. Michael's College Invitational on Friday, Oct. 22. He cruised the eight-kilometer course in a time of 28:47, four seconds off his personal record. Hall placed 30th overall in the event.

 

 

 

 

WOMEN'S RUNNER OF THE WEEK

Susannah Powell, Lyndon State College
(Senior, - Lunenburg, Vt.)
Powell was the Hornet’s top finisher at the St. Michael’s College Invitational on Friday, Oct. 22. She led the Hornets to a fourth place team finish and ran the five-kilometer course in a personal record time of 21:19 Powell came in 26th amongst a field that featured more than 35 Division I and II runners.

 

 

 

 

WOMEN'S ROOKIE OF THE WEEK

Angela Stauble, Husson University
(Sr., - Amherst, NH)
Angela Stauble won her fifth race of the season at the Maine Maritime Invitational and led Husson to a first place team finish. She started the season winning a 4k race and she ended it the same way as Stauble picked up the win with a 29 second margin of victory in 16:13 at 6:32 per mile.

NAC Cross Country Weekly Honors

WOMEN'S RUNNER OF THE WEEK

Maggie Klein, Castleton
(Senior, - Castleton, Vt.)
On Saturday at the Western New England College Invitational, Klein captured first place out of 100 total runners on the 5-kilometer course in 20:16.78. Klein separated herself from the pack besting the second place runner by more than 22 seconds to earn her third invitational win of the season.

 

 

 

WOMEN'S ROOKIE OF THE WEEK

 Victoria Ballenger, Me.-Farmington
(SO, - Yarmouth, Maine)
Ballenger placed 55th at the State of Maine Championships at Bowdoin. The sophomore turned in a time of 21:36.23 on the 5K course.

 

 

 

 

 

 

MEN'S RUNNER OF THE WEEK

Matt Methot, Maine Maritime Academy
(Junior, Runner - Portland, ME)
Methot came in 13th place out of 140 runners at the State of Maine Championships at Bowdoin with a time of 26:50.27 on the five-mile trail.

 

 

 

 

 

MEN'S ROOKIE OF THE WEEK

Ben Pearce, Castleton
(Freshman, - Swanton, Vt.)
Pearce crossed the finish line in 30:27.56 on Saturday afternoon at the Western New England College Invitational placing 15th overall on the 8-kilometer course. The freshman's efforts helped Castleton to a second place finish overall as a team.

 

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MEN'S RUNNER OF THE WEEK

Wildens Fils, Lyndon State College
(Junior, - Stamford, Conn.)
Fils was the top NAC finisher at the Runnin' Monks Invitational hosted by St. Joseph's College Saturday. He led the Hornets to a second place team finish and placed sixth overall, out of 59 competitors. Fils covered the eight-kilometer course in 28:46.

 

 

 

 

MEN'S ROOKIE OF THE WEEK

Dylan MacNevin, Lyndon State College
(Freshman, - Northwood, N.H.)
MacNevin was the top NAC freshman at the Runnin' Monks Invitational hosted by St. Joseph's College Saturday. He was the second Hornet to cross the finish line for seventh place out of 59 competitors, covering the eight-kilometer course in a personal record time of 28:56.

 

 

 

 

  WOMEN'S RUNNER OF THE WEEK

 

 Angela Stauble, Husson University
(Sr., - Amherst, NH)
Husson's Angela Stauble (Amherst, NH) claimed the fourth individual crown of her senior campaign with a 20:36 effort in the meet, besting the fifty-four competing runners. Stauble helped the Eagles to a fourth place finish at the St. Joseph's Invitational.

 

 

 

 

WOMEN'S ROOKIE OF THE WEEK

Victoria Ballenger, Me.-Farmington
(SO, - Yarmouth, Maine)
Ballenger helped the Beavers to the team title at the Runnin' Monks Invitational with a seventh-place finish. The sophomore turned in a 21:46 finish on the 5K course.

 

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WOMEN'S RUNNER OF THE WEEK

Maggie Klein, Castleton State College
(Senior, - Castleton, Vt.)
On Saturday, Klein finished ninth overall in the women's 5-kilometer race at the Vermont Intercollegiate Championships running a time of 20:23.8. For her efforts, Klein earned All-State honors finishing in the top-15. She was the top NAC finisher in the race and was only one of two non-Middlebury runners to make the All-State team.

 

 

 

WOMEN'S ROOKIE OF THE WEEK

Angela Stauble, Husson University
(Sr., - Amherst, NH)
Angela Stauble placed second in the Colby Cross-Country Invitational in Waterville, ME. Stauble finished with a time of 19:24. She averaged a 6:15 mile during the race and helped her team to a third place finish.

 

 

 

 

 

MEN'S RUNNER OF THE WEEK

Matt Methot, Maine Maritime
(Junior, Runner - Portland, ME)
Matthew Methot had another outstanding showing this weekend, placing 7th out of 252 runners at the Pop Crowell Invitational. Methot had a time of 26:53 and splits of 5:25.

 

 

 

 

 

MEN'S ROOKIE OF THE WEEK

Kenedi Hall, Lyndon State College
(Freshman, - Hartland, Vt.)
Hall was the Hornets' second man, as well as the second overall NAC runner, to finish at the Vermont State Intercollegiate Championships. He placed 15th overall in a time of 28:43 over the eight-kilometer course.

NAC Cross Country Weekly Honors

MEN'S RUNNER OF THE WEEK

Joshua Grant, Lyndon State College
(Sophomore, - Nashua, NH)
Grant paced the Hornets to the team title at the Southern Vermont College Invitational. Grant took the individual title in a time of 30:30 over the hilly 5.1 mile-course as Lyndon won its second-consecutive Southern Vermont College Invitational title.

 

 

 

 

MEN'S ROOKIE OF THE WEEK

Jamie Williams, Me.-Farmington
(FR, - Waterville, Maine)
Williams led Farmington at the Codfish Bowl with a 154th-place finish. The freshman finished the 8K race with a time of 30:39.

 

 

 

 

 

 

WOMEN'S RUNNER OF THE WEEK

Maggie Klein, Castleton State College
(Senior, - Castleton, Vt.)
At the Cod Fish Bowl on Saturday, Klein finished 20th overall out of 243 runners with a time of 20 minutes and 40 seconds in the 5-kilometer race. Klein was the top North Atlantic Conference finisher besting the second place runner in the conference by 46 seconds and finished fourth among NCAA Division III opponents.

 

 

 

WOMEN'S ROOKIE OF THE WEEK

Rachel Huber, Me.-Farmington
(FR, - Bangor, Maine)
Huber finished 75th at the Codfish Bowl in Boston on Saturday. The freshman finished with a time of 21:57 on the 5K course.

NAC Cross Country Weekly Honors

MEN'S RUNNER OF THE WEEK

Matthew Methot, Maine Maritime Academy
(Junior, Runner - Portland, ME)
Mathot continued his successful 2010 season, finishing in first place at the UMPI Invitational on Saturday. Methot had a time of 28:39 on the 7910 meter course to claim individual honors and lead his team to a first place finish.

 

MEN'S ROOKIE OF THE WEEK

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WOMEN'S RUNNER OF THE WEEK

Maggie Klein, Castleton State College
(Senior, - Castleton, Vt.)
Klein led the women harriers with an 85th overall finish out of 290 runners. Klein finished the 5-kilometer course in 20 minutes and 10 seconds.

 

 

 

 

WOMEN'S ROOKIE OF THE WEEK

Angela Stauble, Husson University
(Sr., - Amherst, NH)
Angela Stauble placed first at the University of Maine at Presque Isle Invitational, marking her third consecutive win in as many weeks. Stauble's first place finish helped the Eagles to a first place team overall result. She ran the 5,000 meter race in 21:17, besting the second place finisher by forty-seven seconds.

NAC Cross Country Weekly Honors

WOMEN'S RUNNER OF THE WEEK

Angela Stauble, Husson
(Sr, - Amherst, NH)
For the second consecutive week, Husson's Angela Stauble (Sr., Amherst, NH) bested a field of 89 runners to win the University of New England Cross Country Invitational and help the Eagles to a fourth place finish. Stauble finished the 5,000 meter course with a time of 21:14, beating second place finisher Colleen Ahem (UNE) by nine seconds. Averaging a 6:42 mile, Stauble's top finish helped the Eagles to a strong team result.

 

 

WOMEN'S ROOKIE OF THE WEEK

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MEN'S RUNNER OF THE WEEK

Matt Methot, Maine Maritime Academy
(Junior, - Portland, ME)
The junior runner placed 3rd out of 97 runners at the UNE Invitational on Saturday. Methot finished with a time of 28:22 on the 8000 meter course.

 

 

 

 

MEN'S ROOKIE OF THE WEEK

Dylan MacNevin, Lyndon
(Freshman, - Northwood, NH)
MacNevin was the top North Atlantic Conference freshman to cross the finish line at the University of New England Invitational Saturday. He was the second Hornet to finish the race, placing 21st in 30:11 over the eight-kilometer course.

NAC Cross Country Weekly Honors

MEN'S RUNNER OF THE WEEK

Matt Methot, Maine Maritime
(Senior, - Portland, ME)
The junior runner won the individual honors at the UMF Invitational with a time of 21:13.5. Methot came in first of 49 runners.

 

 

 

 

MEN'S ROOKIE OF THE WEEK

Jamie Williams, Farmington
(FR, - Waterville, Maine)
Williams placed 10th for the Beavers at the UMF Invitational. The freshman toured the 6K course with a time of 23:34.99.

 

 

 

WOMEN'S RUNNER OF THE WEEK

Maggie Klein, Castleton
(Sr., - Castleton, Vt.)
Klein ran to a pair of wins on her home course this past week, battling the sweltering heat on Wednesday she turned in a 22:25 in the 5,000 meter women's race to win the Tri-Meet versus St. Joseph (Vt.) and Green Mountain. In Sunday's Castleton Invitational she shaved nearly two minutes off her time to win at 20:52. The senior led the Spartans to team victories in both events, narrowly defeating Cobleskill 34-35 in the invitational.

 

 

 

WOMEN'S ROOKIE OF THE WEEK

Angela Stauble, Husson
(Sr., - Amherst, NH)
In Husson’s first cross country meet in the history of the program, Angela Stauble captured the individual victory in the 4k University of Maine at Farmington Invitational. Stauble was the lone runner to finish the 4k race in under 16 minutes at 15:52.03, eclipsing the other 64 runners.